Fentanyl

Opioid-related deaths in Ontario triple in six months with 1,345 deaths....

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Humber students can expect the opioid overdose lifesaving Naloxone kits to be made available to them in the near future....

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Teenagers are less interested in drugs and alcohol than their parents' generation according to the Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey (OSDUHS)....

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By: Joseph Amodio Ryerson University has become the latest institution to turn to Naloxone as a life saving tool to reverse the effect of fentanyl overdoses. The university announced on Wednesday they would make the...

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Health Canada has approved three supervised-injection sites for Toronto, further advancing the effort to combat a surging number of drug overdoses in Canada....

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91 people die every day from opioid overdoses of heroin or prescription equivalents like painkillers and fentanyl....

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Understanding Ontario’s fentanyl crisis

February 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

A deadly drug is hiding in the streets. Unidentifiable by conventional drug tests, Toronto police are now warning users that their drugs may contain the deadly fentanyl....

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By Sargon Jajjo Provincial and federal health ministers met in Ottawa on Friday urging government to react to the rising and fatal use of opioids in Canada. According to the Canadian Institute for Health Information,...

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York Regional Police laid multiple charges after uncovering a fentanyl trafficking ring on Wednesday....

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